MHRNS Public Lecture II: Narrative Psychiatry and the Little Red Alfa'
On 11 March 2013, Dr Philip Thomas delivered the second MHRNS Public Lecture, entitled 'Narrative Psychiatry and the Little Red Alfa', at the University of Edinburgh. Read more information on Dr Thomas's lecture.
To see Dr Thomas's lecture slides, please click here: Narrative Psychiatry (Philip Thomas)
MHRNS Symposium I: 'Why Historicize?' and 'Theory into Practice'
We would like to thank all those who contributed to making the first MHRNS symposium a success. The symposium, held at the University of Glasgow on 28th April 2012, addressed two of the Network's themes: 'Why historicize?' and 'Theory into Practice'. Below are selected powerpoint presentations from some of the contributors to the symposium:
John S Callender
University of Aberdeen
Psychopathic Personality: Analysis of the Concept
Centre for Medical Humanities
'Risking Enchantment': how are we to view the smoking person?
Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare
University of Strathclyde
'Mixing with Medics: Interacting with Mental Health Professionals on their Turf'
Professor of Philosophy and Mental Health School of Health
University of Central Lancashire
Clinical judgement and the medical humanities